Finally!! I Virtually discussed briefly all my books. So what does this mean? This is the last post in this series about Japanese textbooks. On some subjects I have to many books and on other topics I can Maybe use some more books. Conclusion I can’t take all these books with me. I already reach my limit on my luggage’s weight. So which books di I take me to Japan? In part 7, Japanese study books: where to buy?
This whole series about Japanese textbooks is getting a bit out of hand. At this moment I cannot say out how many posts this series will exist. But that does not matter any more. Today I’m going to talk about listening- and speaking skills books. Books about this subject are harder to find, then books on other subject, especially if you look for beginner books. Here it is part 5, Japanese study book: listening & speaking
Reading is also a part of the JLPT test. You can quickly increase your knowledge and fluency of kanji and grammar if you practice reading frequently. I sometimes find it difficult to find texts for my level. So in today’s post part 4, Japanese study books: Reading.
Here is the third part of my big blog post series about Japanese textbooks. This time I’m going to talk about books that have something to do with learning kanji, in my opinion one of the biggest challenges when learning Japanese. So here it is today’s blog post (part 3), Japanese study books: kanji
“Japanese sentences are
in no way familiar
with any English
structure of sentences”
Now you mastered kana you can start with learning your first Japanese grammar. This is really necessary, because Japanese sentences are in no way similar with any English or Dutch structure of sentences. That is also the reason translating with google translate make no sense what ever. So in Today’s post (Part 2) I will talk about Japanese study books: Grammar.